Best books available for UGC NET Paper PHILOSOPHY

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There are few books available for UGC NTA NET exam preparation for PHILOSOPHY, based on the rating, it has listed below

NTA UGC (NET/JRF/SET)  Philosophy Paperback – 12 June 2019

University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is a national level test which is held twice in a year by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on behalf of UGC. This test is for Junior Research fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor or for both in Indian Colleges & Universities. UGC NET Examination consist of 2 papers: Paper -1 is compulsory for all students and Paper -2 is related to candidates’ Post Graduation Subject. NTA UGC NET/ JRF/ SET- PHILOSOPHY paper 2 book is designed according to the latest pattern and syllabus of the UGC NET applicable from June 2019 Examination. It covers all the philosophical aspects and concepts in detail that are mention in the book, completely covers whole syllabus in chapter wise manner which are divided into 10 units with more than 4000 multiple choice questions for thorough practice , also includes previous years’ questions, 3 model papers as per the examination pattern and solved paper (July) 2018. All these features will make it a ladder of success in the preparation and will open great future possibilities for the aspirants. TABLE OF CONTENT Solved Paper July 2018, Unit: I- Classification Indian: Epistemology and Metaphysics, Unit: II- Classification Western: Epistemology and Metaphysics, Unit: III- Indian Ethics, Unit: IV -Western Ethics, Unit: V- Contemporary Indian Philosophy, Unit: VI- Recent Western Philosophy, Unit: VII- Social and Political Philosophy: Indian, Unit: VIII- Social and Political Philosophy: Western, Unit: IX- Logic, Unit: X- Applied Philosophy, Model Paper (1-3).

NTA-UGC-NET: Philosophy Previous Years’ Papers Paperback – 1 January 2020

The present book of previous years’ Papers of philosophy has been specially published for the aspirants of UGC-NET JRF and Assistant Professor Eligibility exam conducted by the National testing agency (nta). purple patches of the book: The book comprises several solved Previous Papers of UGC-NET/JRF on the subject. The book is presented in such a manner to be useful for study and self-practice. The book serves the purpose well to understand the recent trends of exams. The book will also serve as a true test of your studies and preparation with actual exam-questions. The book is aimed to help you sharpen your problem-solving skills by practising through numerous questions in these solved Papers and prepare yourself to face the exam with Confidence, Successfully.

Trueman’s UGC NET Philosophy Paperback – 11 February 2019

Best selling book for CBSE UGC NET exam. Ideal for set (state Eligibility Test) also

UGC NET NTA PHILOSPHY SOLVED 2020 Paperback – 1 January 2020

This book contains all the previous years questions of UGC NET Subject from 2012 till date, all the questions contains discriptive answers which in turn will help you in understanding the concepts behind the questions. By practising these previous years questions you will get an actual idea about the type, level of questions asked in the examinations. A must to go for all levels of aspirants.

Philosophy Paper-2 Complete Guide for NTA UGC – NET / JRF / SET Exam Paperback – 1 January 2019

PHILOSOPHY (NTA): UGC-NET/JRF (20190523 Book 351) (Hindi Edition) [Print Replica] Kindle Edition

UGC NET Philosophy Arihant Latest Edition 2018 -2019 Unknown Binding – 1 January 2018

UGC NET Philosophy Unit-1 E-book with 300 Practice Question Answer (All Topics Include) As Per Updated Syllabus : 2021 Kindle Edition

UGC NET JRF Philosophy E-book Unit -1 Complete Details Notes As Per Updated Syllabus with 300 Practice Question Answer
Topics Include-
 Vedic and Upaniṣadic: Ṛta – the cosmic order, the divine and the human realms; the
centrality of the institution of yajῆa (sacrifice), theories of creation Ātman – Self ( and
not – self ), Jāgrat, Svapna, Susupti and turiya, Brahmaṇ.
 Cārvāka : Pratyakṣa as the only pramāṇa, critique of anumāna and śabda,
Consciousness as epi-phenomenon.
 Jainism : Concept of reality – sat, dravya, guṇa, paryāya, Jiva, ajiva, anekāntavāda,
syādvāda and nayavāda; theory of knowledge.
 Buddhism : Four Noble Truths, Āstangika Mārga, Distinction between Brahmiṇic and
Śraminic traditions. Pratityasamutpāda, kṣaṇabhahgavāda, anātmavāda. Schools of
Buddhism : Vaibhāṣika, Sautrāntika, Yogacāra, Mādhyamika and Tibetan Buddhism.
 Nyāya : Pramā and apramā, Theories of pramāṇa: pratyakṣa, anumāna, upamana,
śabda. Hetvabhāsa. Concept of God. Debate between Buddhism and Nyāya about
Pramāṇa-Vyavasthā and Pramāṇa Samplava. Anyathākhyati.
 Vaiśeṣika : Concept of padārtha and its kinds, Asatkāryavāda, Kinds of Kāraṇa:
samavāyi, asamavāyi, and nimitta kāraṇa, paramaṇukaraṇavāda.
 Sāṃkhya : Satkāryavāda, prakṛti and its evolutes, arguments for the existence of
prakṛti, nature of puruṣa, arguments for the existence and plurality of puruṣa,
relationship between puruṣa and prakṛti, atheism.
 Yoga : Pataῆjali’s Theory of Pramāṇa, concept of ćitta and ćitta – vṛtti, stages of ćittbhumi, the role of God in Yoga.
 Purva – Mimāṃsā : Pramāṇyavāda: Svatah-pramāṇyavāda and Paratah-pramāṇyavada,
Śruti and its importance, classification of śruti-vākyas, vidhi, niṣedha and arthavāda,
dharma, bhāvanā, śabda-nityavāda, Jāti, śaktivada; Kumārila and Prabhākara Schools of
Mimāṃsa and their major points of difference, triputi – samvit, jῆatatā, abhāva and
anupalabdhi, anvitadbhidhanavāda, abhihitanvayavāda, Theories of error: Akhyāti,
Viparitakhyāti, atheism.
 Vedānta:
 Advaita : Brahmaṇ, relation between Brahmaṇ and Ātman, three grades of sattā,
Adhyāsa, māya, Jiva, Vivartavāda, Anirvachniya-khyāti.
 Viśiṣtādvaita : Saguṇa Brahmaṇ, refutation of māya, aprthaksiddhi pariṇāmavāda, Jiva,
bhakti and prapatti, Brahma-Pariṇāmavāda, Sat-khyāti.
 Dvaita : Rejection of nirguṇa brahmaṇ and māya, bheda and sāksi, bhakti.
 Dvaitavaita: Concept of Jῆānaswaroop, kinds of inanimate
 Sudhadvaita: Concept of Avikrta-pariṇāmavāda.

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